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With The International 10 now way in the rearview mirror, it’s time for us to look forward to the new Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season. The 2021-2022 season begins on November 29th, starting with the lower division matches in all six regions. As with previous seasons, this one will directly determine which teams get to play at TI11 in 2022. Dota 2 publisher Valve Corporation has yet to announce when and where it will take place, though.
Regardless, it doesn’t take a genius to realize that the rules and systems in place in the DPC can be confusing. There are things like roster locks, relegation, and DPC points to think about. Fear not, for we have the information you need to make heads or tails of the competition. Welcome to our primer on the upcoming DPC season.
What is the Dota Pro Circuit?
The Dota Pro Circuit is a competitive season that ranks professional Dota 2 teams based on their performances throughout a given year. The DPC does this primarily through two avenues: the Regional Leagues and the Majors. Both of these award Dota Pro Circuit points to teams based on how well they place at each one.
Points are then tallied at the end of the season, with the top 12 teams in the standings receiving direct invites to The International. In addition, both the Regional Leagues and the Majors award prize money. This further incentivizes teams to be consistent throughout the season.
Dota Pro Circuit Regional Leagues
The Regional Leagues are online, region-locked tournaments that span about six weeks of official games, with three tours per region during the season.
To participate in the Regional Leagues, teams have to register a five-man roster (with an optional official substitute) in their desired region. The available regions include:
- North America (NA)
- South America (SA)
- Western Europe (WEU)
- Eastern Europe (EEU, also known as CIS)
- Southeast Asia (SEA)
- China (CN)
The season divides these leagues into two divisions, with Division I reserved for top tier squads in each region. Only Division I awards any DPC points. Unlike previous DPC seasons, however, the 2021-2022 upper division has a scaling points system, where the earlier tours award fewer points than the later tours. The first tour of the year, for example, awards 690 points in total — whereas the second and third tours award a total of 920 and 1150 points respectively.
Presumably, Valve has implemented this system to prevent teams from qualifying for TI11 too early, and to require more long term consistency out of each team.
Division II on the other hand is reserved for amateur/semi-professional teams. These games offer less prize money compared to Division I, but teams that do well here earn spots in the upper division for the next tour in the season. Division II, therefore, is a “feeder series” that encourages lower ranked teams to try their hand at qualifying for The International.
Both divisions use the round robin format between eight participating squads. All matches are best-of-three, with head-to-head scores determining the standings. The distribution of prize money, DPC points, and qualifications from the two divisions are as follows:
DPC Points (Tour 1/2/3)
Automatic Major Playoffs seed
Automatic Major Group Stage seed
Eligible for Major Wild Card Stage**
Eligible for Major Wild Card Stage**
Remains in Division I for next tour
Remains in Division I for next tour
Relegated to Division II
Relegated to Division II
* Only in WEU, EEU, CN, and SEA
** Only in WEU and CN
Promoted to Division I
Promoted to Division I
Remains in Division II
Remains in Division II
Remains in Division II
Remains in Division II
Replaced by Open Qualifier team
Replaced by Open Qualifier team
Just because a team registers for the DPC, though, it doesn’t mean that they’ll immediately be placed in the upper division. Division I gets its participating teams from the most recent DPC split relative to the start of each tour. In particular, the Division I field will be composed of six teams from the upper division of the previous tour, and two teams from the lower division of the previous tour.
As for Division II, each tour will be composed of: two teams relegated from the upper division (7th/8th places) of the previous tour, four teams from the lower division of the previous tour, and two teams from that tour’s closed qualifier tournament.
To get into the closed qualifier, teams will first have to get in from the open qualifier — which is the start of any new team’s journey in the DPC. So from all of this, it’s clear that non-established squads will first have to earn their place in the Regional Leagues.
The Roster Lock
In order to encourage teams to stick together throughout the year, Valve enforces a roster lock for the DPC season. Once teams lock in their lineups, they must play with the same roster for the rest of the season — including the Majors and The International. Any roster changes will incur a 15 percent penalty on a team’s current DPC points tally.
Official substitutes may stand in for players for any given reason in the Regional Leagues, but they are limited to only four out of the seven matches their team will be playing in a single tour. Should they stand-in for a fifth match in total, their entire team is disqualified from the tour and will forfeit any remaining matches. Furthermore, substitutes must either already be in an active Division II roster, or not competing in the league at all before they are allowed to cover for another player.
Dota Pro Circuit Majors
The Dota Pro Circuit Majors are premier tournaments that take place at the end of each Regional League tour. In contrast to the Regional Leagues, Majors are played in a LAN environment, and are the only tournaments in the year aside from The International where teams from each DPC region play against international squads.
Each Major offers $500,000 in prize money, as well as a much bigger pot of DPC points. The first place prize at the WePlay AniMajor from the previous season, for example, was composed of $200,000 and 500 DPC points. And just like the Regional Leagues, this year’s Majors will have a scaling points system as well — with the final Major of the season awarding 3,500 points in total.
Teams that place well or win a Major effectively put themselves in a massively advantageous position when it comes to qualifying for The International at the end of the season. But with 18 teams in the field at each Major, getting the desired result is a lot easier said than done. Nevertheless, it is in every team’s interest to qualify for the Majors through their respective Regional Leagues. Seeding in the Majors is directly determined by the results of each Regional League tour.
The payouts of each Major in the 2021-2022 Dota Pro Circuit season are as follows:
DPC Points (Major 1/2/3)
Any team that plays with a substitute at any Major will only earn 60 percent of the DPC points awarded in the tournament. Furthermore, any team that removes a player from their roster upon securing a spot in a Major will incur a points penalty of 20 percent in said Major.
As mentioned above, each Major will see 18 teams play for the prize money and the DPC points. Western Europe and China will get four slots each, while Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia will get three slots each. The remaining four slots go to North America and South America.
Each Major is divided into three distinct phases: the Wild Card Stage, the Group Stage, and the Playoffs.
The Wild Card Stage is a play-in tournament that takes place over the first two days of the event. Six teams face each other in a round-robin style competition where the top two teams earn last-minute qualification for the Major. All other teams are eliminated.
Once the Wild Card Stage is over, the tournament proper begins with the Group Stage. The two teams that qualified from the Wild Card Stage join those that placed second in their respective Regional Leagues to make a single group of eight squads. These teams will play another round-robin, where the top two advance to the upper bracket of the Playoffs. The next four teams from there will advance to the lower bracket, while the bottom two are eliminated from the tournament.
The Playoffs mark the main event of the tournament itself, where in most cases all remaining teams will enter the venue (typically a stadium, arena, or smaller venue) to play in front of an audience. The Playoffs take the form of a double-elimination bracket, where all matches except the Grand Finals are best-of-three affairs. The Grand Finals on the other hand are a best-of-five match.
The International (TI) is the culminating event of the Dota Pro Circuit season, and is the world championship tournament for Dota 2. For seven straight iterations, TI has broken the all-time record for the largest prize pool in esports history, making it the most lucrative competitive event in the industry. Aside from the absolutely gargantuan payout, TI also awards the winning team with the Aegis of Champions, a shield-shaped trophy that includes the names of previous International champions engraved in the back.
As mentioned in the first major section of this primer, the top 12 teams in the DPC standings automatically qualify for The International at the end of the season. The remaining six slots, however, are up for grabs in the last chance regional qualifiers.
Aside from this key difference, though, The International functions more or less just like the Majors. The Group Stage divides the 18 participating teams into two groups of nine squads each, in order to determine seeding in the double-elimination bracket. The bottom team of each group is eliminated from the outset, however.
When Does the Dota Pro Circuit 2021-2022 Season Start?
The season officially starts on November 29th, 2021, starting with the Regional Leagues. For a full schedule of all the matches, we recommend checking out the individual tournament pages hosted on Liquipedia.
Where Can I Watch Dota Pro Circuit Games?
Valve has a dedicated website for all things Dota Pro Circuit where you can check out all the standings in every relevant event, be it the Regional Leagues, the Majors, or The International itself. Conveniently, this website also has live feeds of ongoing games in the Pro Circuit, so we recommend checking it out if you’re new.
Otherwise, there’s also the in-game spectator mode within the Dota 2 client itself, also known as “DotaTV”. To access this mode, simply fire up Dota 2, then go to the Watch page in the main menu. You’ll see all of the live DPC matches here, broadcasted with no streaming delay. DotaTV also offers some nice features, such as the ability to control the spectator camera yourself.
Alternatively, there are platforms such as Twitch and YouTube — both of which host official live streams of the Regional Leagues, Majors, and TI. These streams typically have custom visuals and layouts provided by their respective tournament organizers, so depending on your preferences these may be better than watching through the Dota 2 esports website or through DotaTV.
And that’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Dota Pro Circuit season! We know we’re just as excited as you are to see the new season unfold. Keep your eyes on Hotspawn as we look forward to the new competitive year, and look out for our coverage of the 2021-2022 season.
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Dota Pro Circuit History
Dota Pro Circuit began in the 2017-2018 season. Initially, things were a lot more chaotic than they are today. A system of partial qualifiers was being used at the time and this created a lot of dissatisfaction.
Furthermore, the circuit had over 20 important events. For the top competitors, who are currently going to just 5 such events per year, this was an absolute Hell. There was almost no time to practice and recalibrate. The players were always traveling from one event to the next and burnouts were a frequent phenomenon. The only people who were happy were the casters and analysts. And of course, the fans, who had the possibility to watch high-level Dota almost every other week.
The first Dota Pro Circuit was won by Virtus.pro, followed by Team Liquid, PSG.LGD and Team Secret.
The second Dota Pro Circuit was much better structured than the first and had new rules. First of all, there were only 10 events instead of an undetermined number of them. Five Minors and five Majors. And every team had to qualify for each tournament, regardless of their previous results and DPC rank. This guaranteed that each competition featured the best teams in the world. Whereas previously, if a team had a great start but then lost its prowess along the way, they would still get invited to big events even though they had no place in them.
Starting with 2018-2019, Majors offered 15,000 qualification points for The International while Minors offered just 500. This was a clear statement from Valve. In effect, only Majors and a real significance and everything else existed just to separate the winners from the losers. A total of just five Major events would decide the teams that got direct invitations to The International. And unlike the previous season, 12 such teams would receive invitations instead of 8. The remaining 6 ticket winners were to be decided in qualifiers.
DPC has six official regions: North America, South America, China, Southeast Asia, CIS, and Europe. Each of these regions has Open Qualifiers and Regional Qualifiers for every single DPC event. Furthermore, they all have Open Qualifiers and Regional Qualifiers for The International.
Dota Pro Circuit 2019-2020 was the third edition of DPC. The Dota Pro Circuit 2019-2020 season followed roughly the same structure as the previous editions. The most significant difference for this year was the merging of qualifiers. Starting with last year’s season, only one qualifier per region was supposed to be played for each pair of Minor and Major events. This qualifier offered a small number of qualification points so that teams would have gotten a better differentiation for subsequent regional qualifiers.
Sadly, the league was cut short in the spring of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving only a handful of tournaments played. Asia dominated the early tournaments of 2020 with Invictus Gaming’s victory at DOTA Summit 11 and TNC Predator’s win at the MDL Chengdu Major. Europe bounced back with Team Nigma’s victory at WePlay! Bukovel Minor 2020 and Team Secret’s win at DreamLeague Season 13, whilst the planned ESL One Los Angeles 2020 was the first tournament postponed before switching to an online format.
With the rest of the year’s seasons and The International postponed indefinitely, Team Secret emerged as the absolute best team in the World, winning eight tournaments in a row.
The turn of events took its toll on the scene as a whole, with a number of premier teams folding and resorting to waiting for better times for Valve’s MOBA.
Due to the cancellation of the DPC season, third party tournaments replaced Valve’s league as the focal point of the competitive year. With a lot of traditional tournaments like the ESL One Birmingham and ESL One Germany switching to an online format and focusing on a certain number of regions at any given time, OMEGA League arose and exceeded all expectations, giving both teams and fans a piece of competitive Dota that they yearned for so long.
OMEGA League was replaced by the EPIC League in December, giving teams closure to what was by all accounts the worst year in the history of competitive Dota 2.
Although the 2020 season proved to be one of Dota 2’s darkest hours, Valve has announced big changes for the upcoming 2021 season. The upcoming season will feature a six week League portion leading up to a Major. After two seasons, there will be qualifiers for the remaining slots for The International 10 happening in Stockholm in August.
Heading into 2021 Valve will not be using the previous season’s DPC points as a way to seed teams into the leagues. Rather, it will select the top 4 teams in best form from each region to be directly qualified to an Upper-division, while a series of qualifiers, closed and open, will determine the remaining 12 teams in both divisions.
With the changes, Valve will be aiming to bring more stability to the scene and to provide a better environment for all of the teams, especially for the smaller Tier 2/3 teams around the world.
Dota Pro Circuit Predictions
When it comes to Dota Pro Circuit predictions for the ongoing Dota Pro Circuit 2021, expect Cindarella and underdog stories like never before. The past season has welcomed a number of up-and-coming teams into the fray, with Virtus Pro’s current roster being the highlight of last year. After the team started the year out as VP’s academy, VP.Prodigy clawed its way to the very top of the European Dota 2 scene in a manner few could have expected.
Team Secret faltered after their record-breaking run, and OG always remains a huge favorite despite not fielding its back-to-back TI winning roster. Apart from Virtus Pro, Natus Vincere has looked reinvigorated as the former TI winner has claimed back its rightful place as one of Europe’s finest. One should not forget the likes of Team Liquid, Vikin.GG, and Team Nigma, but Kuroky’s boys are by all means out of the top five European rankings for the time being.
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The North American scene looks to be a one-horse race, with Evil Geniuses looking miles ahead of the competition. Quincy’s Crew and Sadboys are currently rounding out NA’s top three, but with the scene still recovering, a lot might happen in the coming months.
Southeast Asia is looking to be an even battle between Fnatic and TNC Predator, with last year’s biggest surprise BOOM Esports hot on their tails. T1 should not be counted out, as even though the team had a disastrous last season, the Korean organization’s newest roster is looking like a possible contender on paper.
China is any man’s game currently, with the scene’s super team Elephant finally settling down as a force to be reckoned with. Vici Gaming, PSG.LGD and EHOME round out China’s finest, but the threat of RNG, Invictus Gaming, and Team Aster is looking to be very real.
Dota Pro Circuit Rankings
- 1st place: Virtus Pro
- 2nd place: Team Secret
- 3rd place: Elephant
- 4th place: OG
- 5th place: Evil Geniuses
th place: PSG.LGD
th place: TNC Predator
th place: Team Liquid
th place: Vici Gaming
th place: Fnatic
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